INDOOR AIR QUALITY
The job of providing comfortable, clean and healthy air inside your home falls largely to your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. That’s why it is so important to select the right components and maintain your HVAC system properly.
How indoor air quality affects your health
Humidity that is too high or too low, plus airborne particles and pollutants like dust, mold and animal dander contribute to poor indoor air quality. This makes family members who suffer from asthma, allergies or other respiratory ailments more vulnerable.
Poor indoor air quality in your home
Poor indoor air quality affects your home and furnishings. Excessive dust, mildew, trim separation and cracks are all symptoms of poor indoor air quality that can lead to expensive repairs. Poor indoor air quality also causes your HVAC system to work harder and run less efficiently, which costs you money.
How Mathew's Air Comfort Solutions can help
ACS can help you improve the air quality inside your home in many ways, including: filtration, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV lights, and selecting the appropriate HVAC system components for your home.
A dehumidifier can extract the remaining moisture without lowering the room temperature. High humidity in unfinished basements and crawl spaces can affect the finished areas of your home for example, generating airborne contaminants like mold and mildew.
Mathew's Air Comfort Solutions can install a variety of dehumidifiers to solve your humidity problems. You can rely on certified ACS service technician to have the expertise and care in providing you with cleaner, healthier and more comfortable indoor air.
How high humidity affects your health
It promotes growth of airborne contaminants like mold, mildew and dust mites and aggravates allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments.
How dehumidifiers can help
Dehumidifiers monitor humidity levels and supplement your cooling system when the desired set point on your thermostat has been reached. Finished basements are often humid because your A/C system doesn’t have to run long enough to remove all the moisture from the air.
Dehumidifiers and Indoor Air Quality
Dehumidifiers reduce excessive levels of moisture (humidity) in your home’s air. Too much humidity makes you feel uncomfortable, usually making your home feel hot and sticky, requiring you to keep your thermostat lower, resulting in much higher utility bills.
Signs you have high humidity in your home
The air feels clammy or basements and crawlspaces are musty and damp.
WHOLE HOUSE AIR FILTRATION CORPUS CHRISTI
Whole House Air Filtration protects your health, your home and even your furnishings, as well as allowing your HVAC system to operate at peak efficiency.
Whole House Air Filtration, indoor air quality and your health
Dust, pet dander and other airborne particles circulates throughout the air in your home and inside your duct system. Family members who suffer from allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments are particularly sensitive to these contaminants.
Whole House Air Filtration, indoor air quality and your home
Airborne particles and contaminants also affect your home and furnishings. You need to dust frequently, or in more serious cases, you may even experience mold on your furniture.
Whole House Air Filtration and your heating and air conditioning system
Airborne particles and contaminants circulating throughout your home and inside your duct system if not filtered properly cause your HVAC system to operate at lower efficiency, affecting your comfort and your utility costs. If your home filtration system is poorly designed, it allows excessive debris to build up on your furnace’s internal components and evaporator coil surface resulting in costly damage.
You can rely on certified ACS service technician to have the expertise and care in providing you with cleaner, healthier and more comfortable indoor air.
Call (361) 853-6265 to schedule an appointment with a Corpus Christi whole house air filtration specialist.
UV AIR PURIFICATION CORPUS CHRISTI
Mathew's Air Comfort Solutions can install ultraviolet (UV) air purification in your heating and air conditioning system to substantially reduce the number of microbial and bacterial air pollutants in your home.
Ultraviolet (UV) Air Purification and Indoor Air Quality
Ultraviolet (UV) air purification improves your home’s indoor air quality by removing airborne contaminants that are not typically captured by the filtration in your heating and air conditioning system. Germicidal ultraviolet (UV) air purification protect against the biological and chemical agents that make up nearly 65 percent of indoor air pollution.
How ultraviolet (UV) air purification affects your health
UV light technology helps eliminate the airborne contaminants that aggravate allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments.